Sharing ideas, inspiring change.
We are a passionate collective of four creatives, on a journey to share positive stories. We make films that excite us – we call these our passion projects. Everywhere we look, we see a world filled with inspiration. Sometimes it’s capturing a conversation with someone who appreciates the true beauty in the world. Other times it’s meeting interesting people who are inspired by nature. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things. With your help, we will be sharing at least one new film each week.
Our mission is to share our films freely.
We’d like to spend our time producing only films that inspire. Films without a corporate agenda or linked to any advertising of brands or products. Films that can be uploaded online and shared freely. Curious to see what we have done so far? Visit our YouTube channel.
Get in touch with us and let’s talk.
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Join us on our journey.
We want to do this full time. You can help us do that. Sign up as a patron and donate a monthly amount of your choice. Together with your support, we can continue to search for and capture stories of hope and innovation, and share them with the world.
How will your donation be spent?
We want to share stories that touch your heart. And at the same time, we want these films to look and sound amazing as well. Part of the funding will go towards maintaining our top quality camera gear and edit studio. The rest helps us to cover costs incurred throughout the filming process – from research and travel, to colour grading and sound mixing. Quality is important to us.
No matter how you choose to get involved, we value your support. A big shout out to each and every one of you who have joined us on our journey so far. We couldn’t do this without you.
A Sense of Humour
Paul is a wildlife artist who spends a lot of his time in the bush, studying and photographing wild animals. He believes we need to do a better job of looking after our planet – he wants to be one of those that hand on the planet to our future generations, in a better condition than when we found it.
Filmed in South Africa.